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Robert E. Lee discusses the feasibility to shifting companies around.
Lee thanks Skaggs for sending a gift.
Robert E. Lee commands Imboden to cross the Potomac and stop the advance of the enemy.
Robert E. Lee replies to Davis' declining of his resignation after the Battle of Gettysburg.
Robert E. Lee informs Davis that the Florida brigade cannot be spared unless an equal force can be sent to take its place.
Robert E. Lee requests that his son take his valued watch to get repaired and send it back as soon as possible.
Robert E. Lee commends Raily for his commitment to the country, although he cannot advise him to act against the wishes of his parents.
Robert E. Lee thanks Burwell for sending apples and wild cat skin.
Robert E. Lee expresses contentment at hearing that Raily will enter the service and serve the Confederacy.
Robert E. Lee thanks Mary for sending him a handkerchief and a note.
Robert E. Lee requests that Jerdone eat something and notifies her that he sent partridges.
Robert E. Lee asks that Ewell address the many desertions.
Robert E. Lee discusses the need for crops and bacon to feed the troops and discusses the death of his daughter-in-law Charlotte. Mentions other family matters and personal updates.
Robert E. Lee writes on possible strategy for Tennessee campaign.
General Lee discusses general strategy, particularly in defense of Richmond, Virginia.
General Lee expresses that the artillery of the 2nd Corps should advance to the front.
General Lee discusses present situtation at various locations.
General Lee thanks Cave for sending a gift and updates her on successes at Plymouth, North Carolina.
Robert E. Lee discusses general strategy with Jefferson Davis.